Ken Rudin

Political Editor, National Public Radio

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Republican presidential candidates are getting ready to rumble in Las Vegas tonight in the final GOP debate of 2015. But the real presidential fight kicks off February 1.

A History of Primaries and Caucuses

Republican presidential candidates are getting ready to rumble in Las Vegas tonight in the final GOP debate of 2015. But the real presidential fight kicks off February 1.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Hour 1: NPR News analyzes the results of one of the most anticipated Super Tuesdays in years. Host Neal Conan talks with callers and guests about who won where and why.

The Day After: Post-Primary Analysis of Super Tuesday

Hour 1: NPR News analyzes the results of one of the most anticipated Super Tuesdays in years. Host Neal Conan talks with callers and guests about who won where and why.

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